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Rebuilding Homeownership Opportunities for Latino Families: Principles for Reforming U.S. Housing
Presented at Housing Finance What Should the New System Be Able to Do? Part I Government and Stakeholder Perspectives Submitted to U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services
Putting an End to the Foreclosure Crisis for Latinos and Communities of Color
The foreclosure and economic crisis is disproportionately impacting communities of color. Congress and the administration must work together to establish tailored strategies that will help Latino and other minority families ...
Significance of Housing Counseling in Stabilizing Minority and Latino Homeownership
In my testimony today, I will discuss NCLR's work in the housing counseling field, the important role of housing counseling intermediaries, and the strengths and weaknesses of the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling ...
Putting Our Communities on the Map: The Road to Economic Recovery for Latinos and Other Communitie
Putting Our Communities on the Map: The Road to Economic Recovery for Latinos and Other Communities of Color. Presented at: The Silent Depression: How Are Minorities Faring In the Economic Downturn? Submitted to: U.S. House ...
Principles for Reforming the Mortgage Market to Promote Sustainable Mortgages for Latino Families
Testimony, Principles for Reforming the Mortgage Market to Promote Sustainable Mortgages for Latino Families Presented at: Mortgage Lending Reform: A Comprehensive Review of the American Mortgage System Submitted to: U.S. ...
The Impact of Dual Tracking on Communities of Color
Lautaro Lot Diaz testifies before the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about the impact of dual tracking on communities of color.
Leveraging the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Loans to Build Wealth in Latino Communities
The expanding American Homeownership Act of 2007 H.R 1852 and related FHA Modernization Issues.